Mary Harding discusses her time in a Bolivian prison

BROADCAST: Apr. 30, 1973 | DURATION: 00:54:51

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Synopsis

Former ex-nun Mary Harding was accused of being a part of a group that was going to overthrow the Bolivian government. At the 1st meeting with counsel from the American Embassy, Harding could barely walk because she was kicked and punched over and over for information. Harding spent 4 of the 5 weeks in prison in solitary confinement.